Caroline Wozniacki successfully defended her Toray Pan Pacific Open title by defeating Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in straight sets, confirming the Dane’s qualification to the end of season finals in Singapore.
China’s Shuai Zhang has won her second Guangzhou Open title, defeating Aleksandra Krunic in three sets in the final.
Victoria Azarenka has been offered a wild card to the Luxembourg Open, in what could see her return to the WTA tour after withdrawing from the US Open.
Zarina Diyas has been crowned Japan Women’s Open Champion, defeating Japanese qualifier Miyu Kato 6-2 7-5 in the final in Tokyo.
As we approach the end of the season, all eyes are on the ATP tour and it’s Next Gen finals. But why aren’t the WTA getting involved with a similar set up? The talent is there and interest in women’s tennis is starting to eclipse the men’s so there’d definitely be appetite for it. Here’s why the WTA should have a presence at the Next Gen finals.
As Laura Robson’s return takes another blog – losing in the first qualifying round of the US Open – should the young Brit take a break?
The WTA has announced its July Player of the Month shortlist and it’s fair to say a lot of fans are surprised.
This year’s Rogers Cup has been littered with big name withdrawals. Despite this, there’s a chance for Canada’s best young stars to take centre stage and impress the world. Here, we look at the three Canadians to look out for.
Eden Silva, 21, has reached a career high inside the world’s top 600 after her best grass court season yet. So, what happens now that the British grass season is over? And what is life really like as a tennis player ranked outside the top 100? We caught up with Eden as she tells us what life is like as a tennis player.
Wimbledon might be over, but the tennis tour has plenty for us to look forward to in the grass season hangover! With five big tournaments across the WTA and ATP, and some good competition on the ITF and Challenger tour, we look forward to next week’s action.
Every year, the Aegon Classic competes with the Gerry Weber Open and Aegon Championships at the Queen’s Club. And like every year, it has been overlooked and overshadowed by its male counterparts. Yet this year’s tournament was full of thrilling and superb tennis and should not be forgotten. Here, we give the Aegon Classic the attention it deserves in a week of wonderful tennis.
The Tennis Podcast celebrated its fifth anniversary in May. It provides top tennis commentary across the ATP and WTA tour. Here’s why you should subscribe today!